From the Memphis Business Journal — “One of the supposed benefits of the Affordable Care Act is that it makes health insurance accessible to everyone and affordable.
The ability to buy subsidized insurance on the insurance exchanges could potentially free people to start their own businesses because they won’t have to rely on employer-sponsored coverage. But will the ACA lead to more people becoming self-employed in New Mexico or in other states?
According to a new study from the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, the answer is “maybe.”…”
Read the full story at Study: Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City says ACA could lead to more self-employment
- Many Big Employers Plan To Offer Skimpy Health Plans Despite Law (npr.org)
- 16% Of Large Employers Plan To Offer Low-Benefit ‘Skinny’ Plans Despite ACA: Survey (kaiserhealthnews.org)
- Job lock: What the ACA does (theincidentaleconomist.com)